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Bear In Mind

Bear In Mind - to remember; not to forget

  • I will bear in mind, that you are not feeling well.
  • We always must bear in mind, that Jenni lives with dogs.
  • Do you think we should bear in mind, the cost of the ingredients?
  • Please bear in mind, that the computer is very old, and it does not work very well.
  • You have to bear in mind, that the 10 people are going the party.
  • Are you going to bear in mind, that the children are going to be hungry?

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